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Old 4th January 2011, 04:08 AM   #1
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Default Multisim 10.1 Components

I'm working on a design in National Instruments Multisim 10.1 and can't find many of the transistors often used in DIY audio nor some of the devices I already have and would like to incorporate into the design. Where might one find additional component models? Has anyone sucessfully added new devices with the component wizard? I tried but there's much more detail to enter than one gets from a typical datasheet. Needless to say my devices didn't simulate as expected.

Devices I have on hand that are applicable in audio and I'd like to use include:

MJ15003/MJ15004
2SA1302/2SC3281
MJ15024/MJ15025 - These are in the database
2SA1264/3SC3181
2SA1265/3SC3182
2SA1306/2SC3298
2SA1249/2SC3117
2SA965/2SC2235

Suggestions on using substitute models are also appreciated. Thanks.
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